"I'm gonna beat your [bleep] ass, man. Heidi Fleiss, you think you know her?" says Tom to Mike. As he gets louder, the "bleeps" come fast and furious. "Think you're the only dope fiend on earth? I'm tired of you. I'm fighting for my [bleep] life."
"I love you, Tom," Mike says at one point. It doesn't help. Meanwhile, everyone sitting at the dinner table quietly observes the proceedings. Dennis Rodman doesn't even put down his cigar. Classic.
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But not all of the feedback was positive as the celebs came to the end of their stint on 'Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew' (Thu., 10PM ET on VH1). Heidi Fleiss looked at Tom Sizemore and said, "Tom, I'm gonna go very easy on you. I look at you, and I feel so good, because you're such a loser. And the thought of bein' with you would turn a woman gay."
Harsh, Heidi. You'd better watch your back, girl. And maybe take a look in the mirror.
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On April 23, I asked TV Squad readers to vote in an Annie Vs Joan poll. The question was simple "Who should win the war?" At the time I write this line, 43.3% voted for Joan, 35.4% said Annie, while 21.1% opted for Trump to fire them both. That means 21.1% of you are disappointed this week, as Trump decided to make Joan and Annie the two finalists.
No matter if you like or hate Annie and/or Joan, you have to admit that out of the four contestants that were left at the beginning of the episode, those two will offer the most entertaining finale. Now that we know it's officially Joan Vs. Annie, who do you think should be hired?
The cast may not include Omarosa and Piers, last season's winner, but Dennis Rodman, Clint Black, Annie Duke, Joan and Melissa Rivers stepped up to the drama plate.
Warning! If you haven't watched last night's episode yet, stop reading this post now and come back once you've watched it because I know you'll want some place to discuss the boardroom drama.
It amazes me that these reality shows consistently cut their most interesting players because everyone is annoyed by them. And this year's Celeb Apprentice just committed that cardinal sin.
I mean, really ... Dennis Rodman? Dice Clay? Tom Green? Joan and Melissa Rivers? A Kardashian sister that isn't Kim? No wonder why the only people who leaked the news were Letterman and Conan; they cast is barely even worthy of late-night monologue scorn.
We all have our opinions on what we'd like to see on television, and what we don't want to see. And now Salon has a two-part series where they asked several writers and other folks to come up with their fantasy television series. Included are such people as Phil Rosenthal (creator/producer of Everybody Loves Raymond), Mark Cuban, writer Megham Daum, Aaron Shure (writer on Lucky Louie), and ex-Men's Health, Maxim UK, and Stuff editor Greg Gutfield.
Most of the writers took it as a creative writing exercise, so many of the shows are more jokes than actual ideas. I don't really get Daum's idea about a show involving a ferret and laser tag, and John Darnielle (lead singer of The Mountain Goats) wants to see more boxing on TV.
Mark Cuban wants a reality show starring Dennis Rodman. Ugh.
You know whose essay I agreed with the most? James Frey's. Yup, that's James Frey of Million Little Pieces and Oprah fame. He wants to see a return of the old-fashioned private eye show we don't see on TV anymore, like Magnum, P.I., The Rockford Files, and Mike Hammer. I'd love to see that happen. Either that, or a variety show hosted by Amy Sedaris. All Amy, all the time!
U.S. readers will be familiar with basketball star Dennis Rodman and former Baywatch babe Traci Bingham, and possibly the Member of Parliament George Galloway, who took on the U.S. Senate over allegations he accepted payments from Saddam Hussein.
Also included are glamour model Jodie Marsh, Maggot from rap send-up group Goldie Lookin' Chain, lead singer Samuel Preston from The Ordinary Boys, actress Rula Lenska, disgraced television personality Michael Barrymore, Faria Alam (who had an affair with England soccer coach Sven-Goran Eriksson) and the rather bizarre-looking Pete Burns, formerly of the pop act Dead or Alive.
The major twist this year is with the 11th housemate, called Chantelle, who must convince the others she is in a band called Kandyfloss, with a recent hit entitled 'I Want It Right Now'.
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